There's an APP for that #4
This is my take on the line "there's an app for that". APP interpreted by Calvinistic Cartoons means "Appropriate Particular Passage (of Scripture)". I need your help in finding a verse or two from the Bible to help explain or illustrate the photo above. Thanks in advance for your participation.
First of all I thought, is it an Arminian bridge with a gap at the other end that he has to step over himself or a Calvinist bridge that goes all the way across?ReplyDelete
Then I saw the gaps in it and noticed that is was a rope bridge that will sway in the wind and when used and the answer was obvious.
I don't have an APP for that, but then again I follow grumpy Calvinist T. David Gordon in endorsing The Insufficiency of Scripture (sorry for the MS Word link, apparently TDG doesn't subscribe to the Insufficiency of Microsoft!)ReplyDelete
And when he wanted to go across to Achaia, the brethren encouraged him and wrote to the disciples to welcome him; and when he had arrived, he greatly helped those who had believed through grace, Acts 18:27ReplyDelete
1 O Lord, how many are my foes!ReplyDelete
Many are rising against me;
2 many are saying of my soul,
there is no salvation for him in God.
3 But you, O Lord, are a shield about me,
my glory, and the lifter of my head.
4 I cried aloud to the Lord,
and he answered me from his holy hill.
Here are a couple:ReplyDelete
"Who has purposed this against Tyre,
the bestower of crowns,
whose merchants were princes,
whose traders were the honored of the earth?
The Lord of hosts has purposed it,
to defile the pompous pride of all glory,
to dishonor all the honored of the earth.
Cross over your land like the Nile,
O daughter of Tarshish;
there is no restraint anymore.
He has stretched out his hand over the sea;
he has shaken the kingdoms;
the Lord has given command concerning Canaan
to destroy its strongholds.
And he said:
“You will no more exult,
O oppressed virgin daughter of Sidon;
arise, cross over to Cyprus,
even there you will have no rest.” (Isaiah 23:8-12, ESV)
"In that day the Lord with his hard and great and strong sword will punish Leviathan the fleeing serpent, Leviathan the twisting serpent, and he will slay the dragon that is in the sea." (Isaiah 27:1, ESV)
"‘I am pure, without transgression;ReplyDelete
I am innocent, and there is no iniquity in me.
Yet He finds occasions against me,
He counts me as His enemy;
He puts my feet in the stocks,
He watches all my paths.’" Job 33:9-11
That is definitely an Arminian bridge, because he has to do something to get to the other side.ReplyDelete
If he doesn't do anything, he will never be on the other side.
I suggest that he needs to start doing something or he will never be saved ;-)
Ops! I nearly forget, have a look at this bridge, it has so many holes that a little child could never save them self.ReplyDelete
I think that he is a lousy and untrustworthy bridge builder.
"Teach me thy way, O Lord, and lead me in a plain path, because of mine enemies." Ps. 27:11ReplyDelete
DING DING DING We have a winner!Delete